Senin, 05 Juli 2010
Cecilia Cheung attended to a bed event yesterday in Shanghai. Seems to have lost some weight, Cecilia expressed she would partner up with Tony Leung Chiu Wai next February to film Derek Yee's new film. She expressed she never retired from showbiz, so there isn't anything such as making a comeback with Tony. As for reports said mother-in-law Deborah objected Lucas stepping into the showbiz, Cecilia denied it and redressed for Deborah.
Eleven years ago, Cecilia collaborated with Tony in "Tokyo Raiders." Next February she would collaborate with him again, filming Derek Yee's new romance film. Asked wether she wants yo make her comback with Tony? She replied: "I never retired. Just earlier I spent almost 7 years having children? At this moment I don't plan to have any again, so I come out to film." She expressed Tony is very cool and is a very nice person. She feels very lucky to collaborate with him again. Because haven't filmed for a long time, Cecilia expressed she is a little worried: "Haven't been to the place where we would film. Don't know wether I would feel strange." As for wether filming Stephen Chow's "King Comedy 2," she doesn't want to answer this question.
Earlier it's said husband Nicholas Tse intends to live in Shanghai, Cecilia cleared up for him: "Never plan to, if there is a chance, we would buy a house in Shanghai, but won't give up our house in Hong Kong." It's said Deborah objected Lucas stepping into showbiz, Cecilia said: "No such thing, I really have to speak for my mother-in-law like her. She always respect me and Nicholas, won't interfere any of our business. Sometimes I feel bad and heartache, how come outsiders have to say she is bad, definitely not. Hope media be more lenient, give her some space. She treats me very well, I don't have any unsatisfactory." When talking about Deborah, Cecilia's eyes went teary once. As for wether would allow her son to join showbiz, she expressed she won't force him to do things he doesn't like, as long as he's happy, now just want him to have fun.